It is well known that Hawaii is said to have the highest rents and prices in the United States, and I think this has become even more true recently. Although Hawaii is such a place, there are still many people who dream of moving to Hawaii. Of course, the charm of Hawaii is superficial things like the nice climate and beautiful nature, but what I really feel after living in Hawaii is how good the image of Japanese people is from the perspective of people of different races living in Hawaii. I always feel
When you buy things or order at a restaurant, when you hear a non-native English pronunciation, you may ask yourself, "Are you Japanese?" is often asked. When I realized that I was Japanese, I usually got a very friendly smile back, or when I was asked the name of another Asian country and replied, "I'm Japanese," my face suddenly brightened, and then I wondered how I was. do you like Japan? I often meet shop assistants who are enthusiastic about telling me how much they know about wonderful things in Japan.
This is probably because the Japanese who visited Hawaii observed good manners and contributed to the formation of the island of tourism, Hawaii. I even feel that there is no one who speaks badly of Japan among those who have lived in the tourism industry for a long time.
Among Japanese tourists, there are many who say that they feel safe in Hawaii because they can communicate in Japanese. There are many shops that have English, and on the contrary, even if you come to the United States, you may not have a chance to speak English. Even so, if you live in Hawaii, you may experience problems in the world of English, but I think that Hawaii's characteristic is that it is very kind to Japanese immigrants who cannot speak English.
It was in the first year of the Meiji era that the first Japanese immigrants set foot in Hawaii, which needed a labor force. After that, many Japanese worked in the sugar cane fields of Hawaii, and compared to immigrants from other countries, their work was highly evaluated as being diligent, creative, and quietly making efforts. The Japanese decided to go to Hawaii. The reality of immigrants at that time was that they were treated like slaves with low wages, but despite this, the diligent Japanese spirit established the position of the Japanese in Hawaii.
The children of the Japanese immigrants became the name of the airport, and the "Nisei" represented by Senator Daniel Ken Inouye continued to make efforts and produce results to improve the image of Japanese people in Hawaii. It made it overwhelming.
After the war, we overcame the tragedy of the war for a long time, and thanks to the Japanese seniors who experienced various things, polite Japanese people continue to come for sightseeing. The Japanese who made their dream of moving to Hawaii feel comfortable living there.